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COA faults broad warrant, strip search

ALBANY — The New York State Court of Appeals on Thursday held that police can’t continue a common practice of using a broad warrant to strip search everyone in a particular location without a strong indication the place is devoted to crime.

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Election Law: Matter of Robert T. Stewart v. Chautauqua County Board of Elections

New York State Court of Appeals Election Law Ballots — Identifying Marks Matter of Robert T. Stewart v. Chautauqua County Board of Elections No. 79 Appealed from the Fourth Department Background: Three related proceedings were commenced pursuant to Article 16 ...

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Brownfield Development: Matter of Lighthouse Pointe Property Associates LLC v. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

New York State Court of Appeals Brownfield Development Matter of Lighthouse Pointe Property Associates LLC v. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation No. 3 Appealed from the Fourth Department Background: Lighthouse plans to redevelop land located along the Genesee ...

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Fraud: People v. Kisina

New York State Court of Appeals Fraud Definition of Records People v. Kisina No. 25 Appealed from the Second Department Background: The principal question presented at appeal is whether a physician can be found guilty of falsifying business records in ...

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